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Hello,
I am an EU student(Italy) and yesterday I applied for 2 courses(mechanical engineering with a placement year, mechanical engineering with a year abroad)at Uob. I was ready to submit at 16;00 but my Italy's teacher forgot to do the reference. I emailed her but she said she was busy and only free late at night.
So I contacted others from Italy. Only one teacher was free at that moment. Unfortunately, my teacher was able to finish it at 18:09 and I submitted it at 18:10. What should I do now?
Does UoB consr late applicants(a few mi nutes)?
Can you ask to the ones who deal with it?and tell me something, please.
Only because of a reference I don't want to miss this opportunity...I absolutely want to attend UoB.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hello,
I am an EU student(Italy) and yesterday I applied for 2 courses(mechanical engineering with a placement year, mechanical engineering with a year abroad)at Uob. I was ready to submit at 16;00 but my Italy's teacher forgot to do the reference. I emailed her but she said she was busy and only free late at night.
So I contacted others from Italy. Only one teacher was free at that moment. Unfortunately, my teacher was able to finish it at 18:09 and I submitted it at 18:10. What should I do now?
Does UoB consr late applicants(a few mi nutes)?
Can you ask to the ones who deal with it?and tell me something, please.
Only because of a reference I don't want to miss this opportunity...I absolutely want to attend UoB.
What you should have done was submitted giving the institutions name which was going to provide the reference.I will call inPQ who will know what effect this will have on your application but she will not be on until the morning.I know its stressful but try and get some sleep and hopefully get some answers in the morning.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hello,
I am an EU student(Italy) and yesterday I applied for 2 courses(mechanical engineering with a placement year, mechanical engineering with a year abroad)at Uob. I was ready to submit at 16;00 but my Italy's teacher forgot to do the reference. I emailed her but she said she was busy and only free late at night.
So I contacted others from Italy. Only one teacher was free at that moment. Unfortunately, my teacher was able to finish it at 18:09 and I submitted it at 18:10. What should I do now?
Does UoB consr late applicants(a few mi nutes)?
Can you ask to the ones who deal with it?and tell me something, please.
Only because of a reference I don't want to miss this opportunity...I absolutely want to attend UoB.
Ring up ucas this morning and ask if your application was marked as on time or not.

Ucas usually have a small amount of flexibility to allow for if their website is slow. So there’s still a chance you’re met the deadline.

Ucas decide which applications were submitted on time.
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Ring up ucas this morning and ask if your application was marked as on time or not.

Ucas usually have a small amount of flexibility to allow for if their website is slow. So there’s still a chance you’re met the deadline.

Ucas decide which applications were submitted on time.
Thank you for your assistance.
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(Original post by PQ)
Ring up ucas this morning and ask if your application was marked as on time or not.

Ucas usually have a small amount of flexibility to allow for if their website is slow. So there’s still a chance you’re met the deadline.

Ucas decide which applications were submitted on time.
Thanks for the assistance
I phoned them yesterday and they said if the welcome email by UCAS arrives today, then it will be "on time". Otherwise it will come monday and considered "late". Unfortunately, no email has arrived.
Now I dont know what to do
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(Original post by Scotney)
What you should have done was submitted giving the institutions name which was going to provide the reference.I will call inPQ who will know what effect this will have on your application but she will not be on until the morning.I know its stressful but try and get some sleep and hopefully get some answers in the morning.
Thanks for the assistance.
I phoned them yesterday and they said if the welcome email by UCAS arrives today, then it will be "on time". Otherwise it will come monday and considered "late". Unfortunately, no email has arrived.
Now I dont know what to do
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Sorry, I meant if the welcome email arrived yesterday**
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Thanks for the assistance
I phoned them yesterday and they said if the welcome email by UCAS arrives today, then it will be "on time". Otherwise it will come monday and considered "late". Unfortunately, no email has arrived.
Now I dont know what to do
Ask your teacher to email the university explaining the mistake and asking if they will still consider your application
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Ask your teacher to email the university explaining the mistake and asking if they will still consider your application
Hello,
Sorry for the late reply but I read it today.
However I received an email on 3rd February from UOB, and it is written that they received my application. There's also written my Birmimgham ID. I don’t know if it can be relevant and if this kind of email is same for all applicants(on time or on late). Should I still ask to my teacher to email the university? Or should I email them directly?
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Hello,
Sorry for the late reply but I read it today.
However I received an email on 3rd February from UOB, and it is written that they received my application. There's also written my Birmimgham ID. I don’t know if it can be relevant and if this kind of email is same for all applicants(on time or on late). Should I still ask to my teacher to email the university? Or should I email them directly?
Sounds like a standard confirmation that they've received your application. I think you or your teacher should still email them.
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